Double shot 51 points George 32+10 pioneers beat Thunder to win match points

ZBlog House six hundred and thirty 2019-05-22 17:17:37

On April 22, Beijing time, the first round of the NBA playoffs was played again. The Trailblazers beat Thunder 111-98 away and won the match point 3-1 in total. Blazers McLum 27 points 3 assists, Lillard 24 points 8 assists, Aminu 19 points 9 rebounds; Paul George of the Thunder Team had 32 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists, Wei Shao had 14 points, 9 rebounds and 7 assists, and Schroeder had 17 points and 3 assists.


The star of the game: Lillard is playing again

In the first half of the game, Lillard was in poor condition. He only made 2 of 8 shots, and scored 7 points from 1 of 5 three-point shots. But in the third quarter, Lillard played again. He made five of his seven shots and three of his three-point shots in the same quarter. He scored 15 points in a single quarter, helping the Trailblazers to open the score. In the third battle between the two sides, Lillard scored 25 points in the third quarter, but failed to save the winner. But in this game, he did not let such a thing happen again.

Game review: two shots together helped the pioneers win the Thunder

In this game, Aminu scored three points, Kantor also hit a jumper, and the Blazers started 5-0. Paul George and Wei Shao stepped forward and led the Thunder in a 14-4 attack. When Wei Shao hit a jumper in the middle of this section, Thunder led 14-9. McLum hit three points with one hand, and Hakris also completed the fast break and dunked violently. The Blazers scored five points in a row to equalize the score. In the following time, both sides came and went. Noel scored violently before the end of this section. After the first quarter, Thunder took a lead of 26-24.

Back in the second quarter, Felton played a strange role. He helped the Thunder and the Trailblazer to start a stalemate in the offensive shooting company. Kanter had 4:29 left in this section to make up a good shot, and the Trailblazer was 37-35 ahead. Thunder then set off a three-point rain. Felton, Grant and Weishao hit three points one after another. Thunder launched a wave of 11-2 attacks to establish a seven point lead. In the last two minutes of this section, the Blazers responded to a wave of 11-0 attacks. After Lillard and Aminu hit three points one after another, the half court ended, and the Blazers took a 50-46 lead.

In the second half, when McLum hit a throw and Aminu scored three points, the Blazers took a nine point lead. But Thunder quickly retaliated 5-0 and changed the score to 51-55. Lillard's moment came later. He hit three consecutive three-point shots, leading the Blazers to hit a 20-6 attack, extending the lead to 18 points. In the later period, the two teams formed a confrontation. Lillard hit a jumper with 1:55 seconds left in this section, and the Trailblazer led with 79-60 points. Paul George scored 6 points in a row at the last moment of this section, leading the team to hit a wave of 8-0. At the end of the third quarter, the Thunder fell behind 68-79.

In the last quarter, Paul George made two free throws to help Thunder narrow the difference to 9 points. McLum hit two 3-pointers, and the Blazers made an 8-0 attack, the score became 87-70. Since then, the Thunder has made great efforts to catch up. Grant successfully dunked the basket at 1:31 seconds before the end, helping the Thunder narrow the difference to 7 points. Lillard assisted Hakris to complete the air relay. There was little time left. Finally, the Blazers kept the lead and defeated the Thunder 111-98.

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